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With a rapidly growing middle class and rising urbanization, Chinese leaders know they need to fill their country's tremendous energy demands and are continually finding innovative ways to keep their country powered.
Negative news means it's a good time to go against the crowd.
Markets put great companies on sale during down days, Cramer said.
The Dow suffers a second consecutive triple-digit decline as global economic worries prompt send investors scurrying out of equities.
A slew of recent deals shows the gloom associated with the stock market does not extend to companies that are growing through acquisitions.
CNOOC's acquisition of Nexen extends China's hand in the North American oil market, even if U.S. buyouts remain unlikely.
A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web, including CNOOC's plans to buy Canada's Nexen for $15.1 billion.
Cnooc will purchase Canada's Nexen for $15.1 billion in cash.
China's Cnooc agrees to buy Canada's Nexen for $15.1 billion in cash.
With a skirmish over natural gas rights in the South China Sea unlikely, CNOOC shares show no sign of cooling.
Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC ("KSF") and KSF partner, the former Attorney General of Louisiana, Charles C.
US companies looking to export surplus gas to faraway nations may be in for a big surprise.
Stick with natural gas names in which you won't feel as though the CEO is cheating you.
FXI, a large-cap focused fund, is a play on China's weakness; the small-cap focused HAO takes advantage of the nation's blossoming consumer class.
Glancy Binkow & Goldberg LLP announces that all purchasers of the American Depositary Shares (“ADSs”) of CNOOC Limited (“CNOOC” or the “Company”) (NYSE:CEO) between January 27, 2011 and...
Robust crude oil prices propelled energy stocks higher in the first week of trading in 2012.
Oil prices were surging Tuesday as Iranian missile test-fires and new threats added to concern that tension in the Strait of Hormuz may disrupt the delivery of crude oil to the U.S. and Europe.
China has had its ups and downs but demand is healthy in its energy sector.
Oil prices were see-sawing Thursday as buyers and sellers butt heads in the midst of an options expiration, the euro gained against the dollar, and equities spiked.
Oil futures finish sharply higher as traders price in Iranian geopolitical risk premiums.
Alibaba is reportedly looking to buy back Yahoo!'s stake in the Chinese e-commerce giant, not grab the whole company.
Oil prices suffered a limited setback Wednesday after a German official lowered expectations of a breakthrough eurozone agreement at the European Union summit this weekend and weekly inventories unexpectedly grew.
Oil prices are being inhibited Tuesday by deepening European growth concerns, but remain above the psychologically important $100 a barrel mark.
Oil prices are trending lower Monday as the outlook for the dollar strengthens on prolonged eurozone debt contagion fears.
SemGroup rejects Plains buyout while General Maritime files for bankruptcy
The five companies that sold the most to survive the financial crisis.
Analysts find these stocks from diverse sectors each hold attractive potential upside, ranging from 10% to 52%.
China, the second biggest oil company buyer, is looking to learn from its oil M&A.
Citigroup is reported to sell EMI Music for $1.9 billion; China strikes Brazilian Oil.
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